Our school offers options to suit our students’ unique learning needs, interests and abilities. All of our courses follow the Alberta Programs of Study. 
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Sports Medicine 15/25/35

Sports Medicine 15/25/35 introduces a progression of information related to the prevention, identification, and treatment of athletic injuries. All sports medicine students will have the opportunity to participate in a Red Cross Standard First Aid / CPR course certification for an additional cost that will cover the required Red Cross manual and certification card expenses $35.00. Guest speakers may include but are not limited to Calgary EMS Paramedics, Physiotherapists, Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists and Yoga Instructors. The sports medicine program at NSS is a hands-on project-based program that challenges students to work collaboratively and creatively while increasing their knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology, and injury management. As the program progresses, students are expected to become more independent, demonstrate initiative and take on leadership roles within the classroom.

Sports Medicine 15 – introductory - (5 credits)

Course content presents information regarding the anatomy and physiology of the human body, and introduces additional information related to basic injury identification and treatment options. Practical course components will include a general introduction to taping, massage, first aid and CPR

Sports Medicine 25- intermediate - (5 credits)

Students will progress into a more independent learning project-based environment than the Sports Medicine 15 level. Course content will review basic anatomy and physiology of the human body, introduce additional information related to body systems, and continue to develop basic injury management skills. Students will have the chance to develop leadership and presentation skills by demonstrating taping techniques, creating resources, and sharing their knowledge with students in the Introductory Sports Medicine 15 course.

Sports Medicine 35- advanced - (5 credits)

Sports Medicine 35 provides an independent learning environment and requires initiative and leadership in the classroom. Students are expected to demonstrate and teach to introductory and intermediate Sports Medicine students. Advanced sports medicine students will also be exposed to the sports medicine industry in a variety of settings to deepen their understanding of the prevention and treatment of sports related injuries and related careers.

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Sports Medicine 15/25/35

Sports Medicine 15/25/35 introduces a progression of information related to the prevention, identification, and treatment of athletic injuries. All sports medicine students will have the opportunity to participate in a Red Cross Standard First Aid / CPR course certification for an additional cost that will cover the required Red Cross manual and certification card expenses $35.00. Guest speakers may include but are not limited to Calgary EMS Paramedics, Physiotherapists, Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists and Yoga Instructors. The sports medicine program at NSS is a hands-on project-based program that challenges students to work collaboratively and creatively while increasing their knowledge and understanding of anatomy, physiology, and injury management. As the program progresses, students are expected to become more independent, demonstrate initiative and take on leadership roles within the classroom.

Sports Medicine 15 – introductory - (5 credits)

Course content presents information regarding the anatomy and physiology of the human body, and introduces additional information related to basic injury identification and treatment options. Practical course components will include a general introduction to taping, massage, first aid and CPR

Sports Medicine 25- intermediate - (5 credits)

Students will progress into a more independent learning project-based environment than the Sports Medicine 15 level. Course content will review basic anatomy and physiology of the human body, introduce additional information related to body systems, and continue to develop basic injury management skills. Students will have the chance to develop leadership and presentation skills by demonstrating taping techniques, creating resources, and sharing their knowledge with students in the Introductory Sports Medicine 15 course.

Sports Medicine 35- advanced - (5 credits)

Sports Medicine 35 provides an independent learning environment and requires initiative and leadership in the classroom. Students are expected to demonstrate and teach to introductory and intermediate Sports Medicine students. Advanced sports medicine students will also be exposed to the sports medicine industry in a variety of settings to deepen their understanding of the prevention and treatment of sports related injuries and related careers.

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